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Please provide additional information. What Version of word are you using are you getting any error messages?

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Microsoft Project cannot open the file


1.Open the .mpp file in Microsoft Project 4.x.
2.On the File menu, click Save As.
3.In the File name box, type the file name that you want to save.
4.In the Save as type list, click MPX(4.0).
5.Click Save.
Files in MPX 4.0 format can be opened directly in either Microsoft Project 98 or in Microsoft Project 2000.
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How to save your Open/Libre Office documents by default in Microsoft Office...


There are many people out there who are looking for great open source software, and some of you have stumbled upon Open Office or Libre Office. This is a great alternative to Microsoft Office but with one small problem. It is always trying to get you to save in the Open Document format instead of a Microsoft Office format that your friends and coworkers can open and use. Well I am going to show you a solution to this problem!

Open up any of the programs in the Open/Libre Office suite. Once it is open go into the Tools menu and select "options". From there, expand the Load/Save option and then select "general"

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Near the bottom you will see a heading for "Document Type". Select the dropdown box under that and select "Text Document" and then select the dropdown box under "Always Save as" and then select "Microsoft Word 97/2000/XP". After that go back to the "Document Type" and select "Spreadsheet" and set always save to "Microsoft Excel 97/2000/XP". Lastly Choose "Presentation" and always save as "Microsoft PowerPoint 97/2000/XP". Once you do this hit "OK" and your changes will be saved. From now on everytime you save a Word document, an Excel spreadsheet or a PowerPoint presentation it will by default save as a Microsoft Office format!

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Microsoft word processor


You have several choices when saving Microsoft Word files for use on another computer.

1. Ensure that both computers have the same version of Microsoft Word or that the versions being used are compatible with each other.

2. Save the Word document in the format which can be opened on the other computer, i.e. don't save as Word 2007 or 2010 .DOCX if your other computer only has Word XP or 2000 or 2003 - save instead as Word 95 - 2000 .DOC format.

3. If you don't have Microsoft Word on the other computer, install a copy of the free Kingsoft Office 2012 Suite which is able to open and edit all current Word document formats.

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I have microsoft office 2003. My daughter's school uses microsoft office 2007. Will open office be able to accept microsoft office 2007 and will she be able to work from that?


Hi, Open office shouldn't have any problems with opening files created with Microsoft office, it can read those formats but it wont be able to save with the same format.

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I can't leave a text file that I've modified and saved without Microsoft saying "Microsoft va fermer et récupérer le fichier. Cela peut prendre plusieurs minutes" and the page veils over. Later I...


>> Microsoft will close and recover the file. This may take several minutes.

Use "File" and then "Save As" to save it somewhere.
Then, exit from Microsoft Word.
Delete the file that you just created.

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I want to transfer my data saved in microsoft excel 2007 to microsoft excel 2003


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just open your Excel 2007 data in 2007 from the just save as 2003 all date will save in 2003 format

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How to convert the microsoft 2007 to 2003?


Writing a document and saving - the document will be saved as .DOCX.
DOCX is the 2007 version.
Saving as 2003:
Use Save As - and here you can save as .DOC
Now the document is saved in a version which can be read by the 2003 version

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In which we can open .docx files


You can open docx extension files only with MS Office 2007. If you wish to open it in earlier versions you have to save it again in compatible mode. Click on File (top left most corner with the logo), Save As, Word 97-2003 Document. Just using Save option will save your document as "docx" and not "doc" document.

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My self rakesh,using 2007 microsoft word,how to convert the 2007 word format to 2003 format


Convert a document to Office Word 2007 The Word Convert command clears the compatibility options so that the document layout appears as it would if it had been created in Word 2007.
  1. Click the Microsoft Office Button default.aspx?assetid=za100771021033, and then click Convert.
  2. In the Microsoft Office Word dialog box, click OK.
  3. Do one of the following:
    • To replace the original file with a file in the Office Word 2007 file format, click the Microsoft Office Buttondefault.aspx?assetid=za100771021033, and then click Save.
    • To save the original document in its original file format and create another document in the Office Word 2007 file format, click the Microsoft Office Button, click Save As, and then type a new name for the file.
    Note If the original .doc file is saved in a location other than your local drive, Word keeps the original .doc file and creates a new .docx file when you click Convert.
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Microsoft word not responds


TRY SAVING IN ALL FORMS OF WORD

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